posted on May, 30 2014 @ 07:07 PM
... [one] drug removed was the antihistamine carbinoxamine, which was created prior to needing FDA approval, in the early 1950s. It was
approved by the FDA in a slightly modified form in 2006. It is now sold exclusively by Mikart, Inc and Pamlab, LLC with no future competition because
the FDA has banned all 120 other versions of carbinoxamine
Is big pharma like Mikart, Inc to blame? The majority puts the rulers in power, not Mikart, Inc. The majority put Obama in power. And the majority are
perfectly happy with the bannings. "My Body, FDA's choice." Both Republicans and Democrats believe that. You can't decide what to put in your body...
that is the collective's job. The FDA is somehow more trustworthy than the average person, who by definition of majority rule, is supposed to be
exactly who the government is... a bunch of people who represent the average person.
This is not a problem with Mikart, Inc and this is not a problem with the government. This is a problem with the majority of people being pushy little
tyrants who hide in the voting booth using it as a shield from responsibility from what is normally considered extreme criminal behavior with a long
prison term. If you or I go around shutting down drug manufacturing "because I think it is unsafe" we would go to prison very fast for trespassing,
destruction of property, and a host of other offenses. But when the government does it its okay... because its the government. Its a basic morality
problem. The vast majority of Americans think its a civic duty to commit what is normally a crime as some sort of routine. If people were to realize
that its no more right for a government to shut down a manufacturing plant as any other person, then what we create to put into our body would be our
own choice instead of someone else's. When the collective has more rights than individuals, we all suffer.
The people have given Mikart, Inc a very strong incentive, hundreds of millions of dollars, to get their competition banned. Take away the right to
ban competition, and you take away the incentive for "crony capitalism" which ultimately rests on a foundation of what is the dictionary definition of
communism: government control over means of production. Take away that control and you take away "crony capitalism" because big pharma no longer has
the power to commit what is normally a crime: forcing competition at gun point if necessary to shut down production. The FDA will do that if
necessary, and they have threatened to do exactly that as my previous post shows.
edit on 30-5-2014 by wayforward because: (no reason
edit on 30-5-2014 by wayforward because: (no reason given)